Read Articles:


 How To Save Money on Your Wedding Music & Enter...

 Choosing a Wedding Videographer

 Planning a Successful Wedding

 There’s More to Wedding Invitations Than You Mi...

 Top Ten Money Saving Wedding Tips

 The Value of a Professional Wedding Video

 How To Hire A Disc Jockey For Your Wedding

 Wedding Budgeting Tips

 Dressing the Mother-of-the-Bride

 The Wedding Party

 Planning your Wedding Decoration Budget

 Titanium Mens Rings – The Contemporary Look for...

 10 Tips to Getting Great Deals on Catering

 A Financial “To Do” List for Engaged Couples

 Ditching a Wedding

 Are Wedding Decorations waiting in Your future?

 Bridal Shower Themes

 Wedding is time for everyone to mind their mann...

 Money and Marriage 101

 Grooms Get Personal With Their Rings

 Tips for A Great Wedding Video

 Traditional Wedding Anniversary Symbols

 How to Save Money on Wedding and Baby Shower Fa...

 Planning Your Wedding Reception

 Bringing Debts into a Marriage

 Saving Money as a Newlywed Team

 What Makes The Best Wedding Anniversary Gift?

 Planning Your Wedding Reception Menu

 The Wedding Veil

 Saving Money Using Wedding Reception Themes

 Bachelorette Party Ideas

 A Bridal Shower Invitation should be attractive...

 The Prenuptial Agreement Dilemma

 Becoming One Financially

 50th Anniversary Gift ideas

 Throwing an Anniversary Party to be Remembered

More Article Pages 1 - 2 - 3

 

Wedding Photography That will last a lifetime
 by: Amy Spade

Having pictures that you can look at in the years that follow your wedding is just one of the things that you want to invest your money in. But if you’re on a constricted budget, then there are also options for you.

Things to consider

One of the main things to consider when it comes to photography is what you want from your pictures. Do you want pictures of your while family or mainly of the two of you? If it a larger wedding or is a more private celebration?

You and your soon-to-be spouse should sit down and list all of the pictures that you would like to have in your wedding album—that is, poses for pictures. With this list, you’ll be able to see if you should invest in a professional or consider other options.

Where do you want your pictures taken? Some couples like to have outdoor shots, so they will need to find a photographer that does that as part of their services. The length of time you would like the photographer to be at the wedding will also factor into the price.

Look at photographer samples to see if your styles match. If they don’t, the photographer may recommend someone else. They want you to have good pictures, even if it’s not with them.

When you’re on a budget

If you’re nervous about spending a lot of money on your photographer, but still want a lot of pictures—you’re in luck. With the new and improved digital cameras, you have a better shot (no pun intended) to get great pictures.

Have a good friend (who isn’t in the wedding party) volunteer to take the pictures. Since digital cameras show you what the picture looks like instantly, you can take as many as you need in order to get it just right. And the quality is just as good as many professional photographers.

Another way to get a lot of chances for good pictures is to place disposable cameras at every table. People love to take pictures of other people, so you’ll get a lot of candid shots of your relatives and friends. Plus, the quality is pretty good, so you’re not wasting your money at all.

It doesn’t matter who takes your pictures as long as you get the ones that you want. If you want to have someone else do it, then invest in the professional. But for the budget conscious, having a friend or relative take charge is just as good.



©2006 - All Rights Reserved